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67. SERVICES OF KRgNARAYA UTTAMA-NAMBI.
His (Tirumalainatha Uttarna-nambi's) brother, Krsnaraya
Uttama-nambi got from Eramanji Timmappa-Nayakkar and
otters twenty villages as iiruvidaiyattam gift ia Saka year 1409,
Plavanga, and built the front manclapa of the Tirukkottara,
renovated the sacred wall (madil) on which was the goddess,
§enaamalanayakiyar consecrated by Nalandigal Narayana
Jlyar, because it had grown old and dilapidated, and renewed
the flooring of the second granary which had been cut up by
bandicoots, besides erecting a stone post in it and otherwise
strengthening it.
Koyilolpgu, p. 140.
68.    PRATAPA DEVARAYA.
SUMMARY.
Velugoti Peda Kondama, son of Kumara Timma and
grandson of Citti Kondama, and a subordinate of Pratapa-
deva Maharaya, who was ruling the earth, seated on the
diamond throne in his capital, Penugonda, in Saka 1377,
Isvara, Magha su. 5 made the grant of some land to a temple.
An Inscription at BZdii&nipalli, L. R. 13, p. 247.
69.    THE GAJAPATIS.
4.    Praise of the sun.
5.   In his line was Kapilesvara Grajapati, victorious over both
the groups of enemies, (internal and external).
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8.    He attacked Vidyanagara, the capital of the Karnata king,
and levied a heavy tribute from him.
9.    By his orders Kumara  Hamvira conquered  the  southern
lands right up to the southern ocean.
10. That king of Utkala (Kapilesvara) ruled from his capital
Kataka and many subordinate kings came and made
obeisance to him.
Anantavaram Copper»Ptatts; Zndhra. Patrika, Ug3di SttndJu^ 1S38-9, p. 175.